U.S. Air Force F-15, F-16, B-1 Massive Drops Bombs +F-16 AirStrikes • Takeoff • Cockpit

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U.S. Air Force F-15, F-16, B-1 Massive Drops Bombs +F-16 AirStrikes • Takeoff • Cockpit

The Air Force Nuclear Weapons center tested an inert B-61(01:35 – no nuclear and explosive warhead inside) on the Nevada to test the glide flight characteristics of the weapon and accuracy. The B61 is a variable yield bomb (0.3 to 340 kiloton yield in various versions and settings) designed for carriage by high-speed aircraft. It has a streamlined casing capable of withstanding supersonic flight speeds. The weapon is 11 ft 8 in (3.56 m) long, with a diameter of about 13 inches (33 cm). Basic weight is about 700 pounds (320 kg), although the weights of individual weapons may vary depending on version and fuze/retardation configuration.
A U.S. Air Force F-15 Fighter Jet dropping a safe nuclear bomb. Also footage of F-16, F-15, and B-1 aircrafts including weapon assembly, takeoff, and bombs drop.

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